Tag Archives: Care coordination

Sometimes We Can Intervene To Help

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Access to Mental Health Care , Affordable Care Act , Balancing Cost with Service , Blog , Care Coordination , member stories on 29.May.17 | 0 Comments
Greta, like so many of the Medicaid members that LogistiCare serves, has kidney disease and requires dialysis three times a week. She lives in a brownstone in a neighborhood in Baltimore. And she was having trouble. She was missing rides… Continue Reading Sometimes We Can Intervene To Help
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Making Longer Lives Less of a Struggle

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , member stories , member stories on 27.Jan.17 | 0 Comments
Thoughtfulness and assistance go a long way. Felecia, one of our members in Nevada, has a rare condition that warrants frequent travel to meet her medical needs. Those travel arrangements often require adjustments based on a number of circumstances. Felecia’s… Continue Reading Making Longer Lives Less of a Struggle
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Filling in Gaps When Needed. There’s Always a Way.

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , member stories , member stories on 16.Jan.17 | 0 Comments
Shawna had mother-to-be concerns no new mother should have to experience. She was in her last trimester and nearing the end of her pregnancy, however, she did not have a car seat for her baby to travel in for expected… Continue Reading Filling in Gaps When Needed. There’s Always a Way.
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We Have to Do Better When It Comes to Mental Health Care in America

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Access to Mental Health Care , Blog , Care Coordination , Keeping people healthy and safe , Medicaid Care Coordination , Mental health , Population Health , member stories on 05.Jan.17 | 0 Comments
Most of us know someone touched by depression. It is a tricky and often brutal illness for patients and their families. While it may be the most widely known mental illness, depression is just one of about 400 mental illnesses… Continue Reading We Have to Do Better When It Comes to Mental Health Care in America
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Medicaid and the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (ABD): Innovations Help Meet the Evolving Requirements of High-Need, Low-Income Americans

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Affordable Care Act , Aging Population , Blog , Care Coordination , Medicaid Care Coordination , Population Health , member stories on 22.Dec.16 | 0 Comments
Low-income elderly and disabled Americans are among the most vulnerable patients within the health care system. With specialized medical needs and limited income, this population, identified as the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (ABD) under Medicaid’s enrollment criteria, rose to nearly… Continue Reading Medicaid and the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (ABD): Innovations Help Meet the Evolving Requirements of High-Need, Low-Income Americans
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Taking Action When There’s No Time to Spare

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Featured , Keeping people healthy and safe , member stories , member stories on 28.Nov.16 | 0 Comments
Empowering our people to help our members  It was summer when a mother found herself in a situation no one ever wants to face. Her daughter, Angela, was to be admitted to Children's Hospital for renal failure complicated by the… Continue Reading Taking Action When There’s No Time to Spare
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Automation for Our Field Managers

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Managing Transportation , member stories on 02.Nov.16 | 0 Comments
Every week, LogistiCare sends approximately 100 field monitors onto the streets of our cities and counties to ensure the job is being done right and strict quality measures are being met by our drivers and transportation providers. They battle hot… Continue Reading Automation for Our Field Managers
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Helping Families Be There. We Did Whatever It Took.

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , Managing Transportation , member stories , Population Health , member stories on 27.Oct.16 | 0 Comments
LogistiCare became aware of a small boy in Texas named Bryan who would need to be flown to Boston Children's Hospital for immediate heart surgery. Traveling almost 1,600 miles during a time of crisis would not be easy--even under the… Continue Reading Helping Families Be There. We Did Whatever It Took.
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